The US Supreme Court Tuesday heard opening arguments for two cases concerning legal errors and whether courts can, and should, correct them. In George v. McDonough, the Court is considering the meaning of “clear and unmistakable error” in a statute, and whether the Depart of Veterans Affairs (VA) improperly interpreted the statute when denying veteran [...]

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The US Supreme Court Friday ruled that the Navy and Department of Defense can reassign Navy SEALs who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Earlier this month, the Pentagon asked the Supreme Court to allow it to stop the deployment of unvaccinated SEALs. The court’s decision temporarily blocks the January ruling from a Texas federal [...]

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Former UK Metropolitan Police Officer Wayne Couzens, sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Sarah Everard last year, has been further charged with four counts of indecent exposure on Friday. Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) Special Crime Division Head Rosemary Ainslie noted that the alleged incidents took place between January and February of last [...]

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